Reviewed by HarleyCowgirl from Oklahoma on Sunday, August 18, 2013
Get the wow factor with these sassy, sexy, playful platform pumps! I lucked out when the first pair I ordered were too small and I found larger size had become available. My experience with the Sofft brand is go up 2 sizes due to my square shaped feet...ok, ok duck shaped feet!
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Reviewed by fidlegrrl from virginia on Tuesday, December 29, 2015
These are so cute, I really hope I can get them to fit. Was going to exchange but they are out of stock. If I am able to exchange later will update review. I usually wear an 8 or 8.5, bought an 8.5 in these and couldn't even get them on. Shame, they are really cute. I wonder if it is an issue with this brand, as this is the 2nd pair of Sofft shoes I have gotten and the others ran small too
Reviewed by honeybee from upstate ny on Sunday, April 20, 2014
I skimmed the reviews saying how small these run but because I have such small feet (a small 5.5) and have never found a pair of shoes in women's sizes too small for me, I ordered the 6 assuming they would be fine or even large. No, they are tiny and I can barely squeeze one foot in. The toe is very tight and the length is definitely short. It's a little hard to decide how much I might like/love them because they are so uncomfortable to take a step in. Nevertheless, they are well made and cute, and I am deciding between trying a larger size or just returning them and ordering something else. They are flattering and don't shorten the leg the way an ankle strap or some t-straps do.
Reviewed by Tracy from Arizona on Friday, April 18, 2014
These are super sexy shoes. I loved them and they looked great on, but they were just too tight in the front, even after I sized up as recommended. I normally wear a 7.5 or an 8. I ordered an 8.5 and they were still too tight. I suspect that because i am wide in the front and narrow in the back that going to a 9 might have been too much in the length and not given me the breathing room I needed in the front, but maybe not.